A steady diet of compost is the only way to build rich, healthy soil for the garden. Compost is natural and organic, returning what nature produces back into the soil.
This batch composter holds up to 18 bushels! It's easy to load. It's easy to turn. It saves time and labor while providing a steady supply of homemade compost in just two weeks (or less!)
Easy as 1, 2, 3!1. Just load it.
2. Give it a few spins, then give it a few spins every day for 2 weeks.
3. In just 14 days take out your finished compost.
Be sure the mix of ingredients you put in your tumbler contains wastes high in nitrogen and carbon for a good balance
Do not attempt to make compost using any products that have been treated with chemical fertilizers or pest control products
If you have bulky items to compost, such as corn cobs, melon rinds, and shrub clippings, be sure to run them through a shredder before putting them your tumbler
Menu of things to compost:
Fresh Grass Clippings
Kitchen Trimmings and Peels from Vegetables and Fruits
Garden Throwouts such as dead flowers and plants
Weeds (Yes! The temperature inside the ComposTumbler gets hot enough to kill the weed seeds!)
Manure (From horses, cows, chickens, rabbits, pigs or sheep. Do not attempt to compost any wastes from dogs or cats.)
B/W sections of newspapers
Rotted fruits and vegetables
See the attachments below:
How to Make Superior Compost
How the ComposTumbler Works